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Old 03-21-2010, 03:35 PM
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Default Trigger pull ("click" )in SA on 4566TSW ?

I recently picked up a 4566TSW. When dry firing I notice a distinct "click" right before the trigger breaks and hammer falls. It does not make the sound in double action. Almost like it is catching on something and then releasing.I does not add any resistance to the pull, just makes that click and continues through to the hammer falling.

On similar all metal guns in 9, 40 and another 45 they do not make this click.(3913, 4013 etc)

Is this normal on a TSW version almost like a staging point or set? I doubt it but thought I'd ask or is it something I should have checked?

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Default trigger click

If you take your slide off, look on top of your trigger at the end of the trigger bar you will see a brass colored leaf type spring between the trigger hooks, this is the trigger play spring,if it is not broken look carefully, take a pencil eraser or similar tool and gently push,it forward toward the front of you frame ,not much as this spring breaks easily, if bent back and forth, once you have dont that thumbcock your hammer and wiggle thr trigger, you will see how that spring holds your trigger to the rear so you dont have that little amount of play at the beginning of your trigger press.If you double action the gun alot it flexes this spring you will get that click in your single action press.Then gun does not need this spring, some depts order guns with out it so they cant break,as long as the broken piece is out of the gun it will work fine.Bob
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Thank you sir!
How simple and effective. That was it.
Yes, I can see how squeezing DA flexes the spring.

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